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Latest Well Met News
Visual Media Conference 2018 returns to Leeds Beckett University
The Visual Media Conference (VMC) returned to the Rose Bowl for the fifth consecutive year. Well Met, the conference office for Leeds Beckett University, hosted the annual event on Tuesday 27 March.
Northern User Experience to Set Up Camp at Cloth Hall Court
The North’s largest digital festival, Leeds Digital Festival 2018, will return on 16th April for a two-week long event with 141 events, including the Northern User Experience (NUX) Camp on the final day, Friday 27th April, at Cloth Hall Court.
Cloth Hall Court to host sellout cyber security conference
The newly AIM Gold awarded Cloth Hall Court by Well Met will welcome around 300 delegates on 26 January for the very first dedicated conference designed for cyber security experts.
Lift Off Festival 2018
Lift Off Festival is a three-week festival showcasing the creative work of our students from the School of Film, Music & Performing Arts.
INSIDE/OUT: Brian Dettmer
As part of the INSIDE/OUT lecture series Brian Dettmer discusses his art, the ideas that inform his work and the processes that tie into his philosophy, through a series of images.
An Evening with Beckett Choir
Join Beckett Choir for an intimate evening of music to showcase our work this term.
CeASR Seminar- Povertyism, Dominant Narratives, and Epistemic Exclusion under Austerity
Speaker- Leonie Smith PhD Researcher in Philosophy University of Manchester Organisers: Dr Laura Davies & Dr Dr Natalia Gerodetti Social Change Programme Leads
Addressing Professional Challenges in Diverse and Complex Educational Landscapes
Professorial Inaugural lectures of Professor Rachel Lofthouse and Professor Jonathan Glazzard
CarnegieXchange - the food environment and obesity
Emma Wilkins discusses the food environment and obesity and examines the impact of different methodological choices. Intuitively, the idea that the food environment; defined as the availability and accessibility of food retailing within local environments, is a determinant of obesity is appealing.